This project was a new $36 million, 9,300 m2 building which included sustainable features such as chilled beam cooling, and a 100 kW Solar PV array. The building connected two previously existing engineering buildings, and included classrooms, design labs, computer teaching and fabrication project spaces, as well as research labs for software and mechatronic systems engineering, office space, meeting rooms, and casual spaces for both students and faculty. The university is seeking LEED Platinum certification for the building. Construction was completed in 2018.
Perkins + Will and Cornerstone Architecture Inc.
LEED Platinum (Expected)